LG has unveiled INFINIA, a new family of LED LCD HDTVs that delivers “freedom through infinite possibilities.” It highlights the company's 2010 lineup of LED LCD HDTVs introduced today at the International Consumer Electronics Show.
LG INFINIA HDTVs (the LE9500, LE8500 and LE7500 series) combine a slim design and thin bezel with enhanced connectivity and abundant content options. The 55- and 47-inch class LE9500 sets will be LG's first 3D-ready models available in the United States. The unique backlight structure on its Full LED Slim models (LE9500 and LE8500) allows for the INFINIA line's ultra-slim depth without sacrificing picture quality.
“We're removing barriers to entertainment with very slim LED LCD TVs that couple wireless connectivity with the most access to online content,” said Peter Reiner, senior vice president, marketing, LG Electronics USA. “With seamless connectivity and limitless content, LG INFINIA is resetting the standards for design and entertainment as LED LCD TVs are expected to grow to more than 20 percent of the market this year.”
LG's new Full LED Slim technology elevates picture quality with a slim LED structure that supports detailed local dimming of up to 240 addressable segments (on the 55-inch class LE9500), resulting in an HDTV that provides the deeper black levels and uniform picture quality. The LE9500 series cabinet depth is only .92 inches with a bezel width of only 8.5mm. LG's LED Plus technology (available on the LE7500 and LE5500 series), also improves picture quality and energy efficiency by adding a basic local dimming capability of up to 16 addressable segments.